FromVictor Sudakov2:5005/49.0Date Write2018-01-11 17:45:25
ToAndrew Kant0:0/0.0Date Arrived2018-01-11 14:10:05
SubjЧем бэкапить RedHat Enterprise Linux Server 6 ?
Dear Andrew,

05 Jan 18 21:21, you wrote to me:

AK> Saturday January 06 2018 00:20, Victor Sudakov wrote to Andrew Kant:
AK>>> Hу тогда иди читай красношляпный мануал :)

VS>> А это мысль. Закончатся новогодние праздники - пойду читать,
VS>> может и насчет бэкапа что найдется, там с десяток книжек.
AK> Как плохо, что подобная мысль приходит не первой из ... :)

Они же толстые.

"Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-6-Deployment_Guide-en-US" предлагает пользоваться

Chapter 34. Relax-and-Recover (ReaR)

When a software or hardware failure breaks the system, the system administrator
faces three tasks to
restore it to the fully functioning state on a new hardware environment:
1. booting a rescue system on the new hardware
2. replicating the original storage layout
3. restoring user and system files
Most backup software solves only the third problem. To solve the first and
second problems, use
Relax-and-Recover (ReaR), a disaster recovery and system migration utility.
Backup software creates backups. ReaR complements backup software by creating a
rescue system.
Booting the rescue system on a new hardware allows you to issue the rear reco
ver command,
which starts the recovery process. D uring this process, ReaR replicates the
partition layout and
filesystems, prompts for restoring user and system files from the backup
created by backup software,
and finally installs the boot loader. By default, the rescue system created by
ReaR only restores the
storage layout and the boot loader, but not the actual user and system files.
This chapter describes how to use ReaR.

Victor Sudakov, VAS4-RIPE, VAS47-RIPN
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